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  • on 09.07.2012
  • at 10:29 AM
  • by KT

Andy Murray 5/4 never to win a Grand Slam in his career

Following his defeat to Roger Federer in Sunday’s final at Wimbledon, opinions are split on whether Andy Murray will ever go on to win at SW19, or indeed any at other Grand Slam event in his career.

So much so that bookmakers Paddy Power have priced up a range of tennis betting specials on the Scot, making him 5/4 NOT to win a Grand Slam title by 2020.

They are however offering 4/7 for him to actually go on and win a Grand Slam event in his career, whilst they make him just 11/5 to do so in 2013.

And if you fancy Murray to bounce straight back and win Wimbledon at the next attempt, you can get odds of 6/1 for him to do just that, whilst he is 7/4 to win Wimbledon before retiring.

It would take the most optimistic of Murray fans to be tempted to have a pound or two on the 500/1 for him to win all four Grand Slams titles next year, whilst a more realistic ‘one’ might attract more support at 23/10.

And in an Olympic year, plus given how well Bradley Wiggins is performing in the Tour de France, the 8/1 for Murray to be named Sports Personality of the Year looks particularly short this time around!

Murray Grand Slam Titles in 2013
None – 3/10
Exactly 1 – 23/10
Exactly 2 – 14/1
Exactly 3 – 80/1
All 4 – 500/1

Murray to win Wimbledon by 2020
Yes – 7/4

Murray to win a Grand Slam by 2020
Yes – 4/7
No – 5/4

Murray to win Wimbledon in 2013
Yes – 6/1

Murray to win a Grand Slam in 2013
Yes – 11/5
No – 3/10

Sports Personality of the Year 2013
Andy Murray – 8/1


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